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Cunninghame and Ashleigh development helps to support local charity

Site cabin donated to Kate's Kitchen.

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Ashleigh Building is currently delivering a total of 157 affordable housing units for Cunninghame Housing Association over two separate sites in Annan.

The association's site at High Street in Annan comprises 27 affordable housing units, with the first phase completed and handed over earlier this year. Housing Minister Kevin Stewart attended the opening ceremony on 25 February 2020, and Ashleigh is currently on site refurbishing the five remaining units.

The second site is based at Hallmeadow in Annan where we are delivering a total of 130 affordable units, which started on the 6th July 2020.

On all of its projects, Ashleigh seeks to involve and enhance communities, working closely with local schools, community groups and sports associations.

The association was recently contacted by Hazel Thompson, from Kate’s Kitchen, who was looking for a site cabin that could be upcycled and used by their volunteer gardeners for their garden project.

Kate’s Kitchen is a charity organisation, based in Annan, which operate a café for people within the community.

Cunninghame forwarded the request on to Ashleigh's Area Director, David Roan, who informed local teams and involved supply chain partners Jarvie Plant Hire and J&J Currie Ltd in sourcing a cabin that could be donated and transported to site.

The association is looking forward to seeing how this cabin will be transformed by Kate’s Kitchen’s volunteers in the upcoming months.

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